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Feb 10, 2013 5:00pm PST
of a really sweeping gun bill. but immigration i think it's going to be really interesting to see can obama move a substantial immigration bill through? and in fact republicans, including some who vote against it, want that to go through. >> schieffer: both of your organizations organizations have had your e-mail hacked. we saw this inexcusable hacking of the bush family's private e-mail inexcusable certainly in my view. i thought the way both the of your organizations handled it reflected well on you. i mean-- >> thank you. >> schieffer: you reported the hacking, but you didn't go ahead and use the results of it. what went into those decisions, david? >> well, with any of these issues whether it's national security issues or whether it's issues of privacy, you have to balance a lot of things. we're not just in the business of reporting everything right. we don't report everything about crime victims so you often have to balance these things. in the case of the hacking against us, we did what we do with stories involving other people. first we tried to put in place tougher security measures
CBS
Feb 10, 2013 10:30am EST
in july of '08. it ramped up. and that was taken over when barack obama became president. as the chairman of the house intelligence commit, even as a member, was awear in part of those discussions. and now as chairman even before they conducted that first airstrike that took awlaki-- remember this was a guy trying to kill a whole bunch of u.s. citizens over detroit on christmas day. this guy's a bad guy. our options were limited. this was a tool we could use to stop further terrorist attacks against americans. i supported it then. monthly, i have my commit go to the c.i.a. to review them. i as chairman review every single airstrike that we use in the war on terror both from the civilian and military side when it comes to terrorist strikes. there is plenty of oversight here. there's not an american list somewhere overseas for targeting. that does not exist. and i think there's been some sensationalism. this is a serious matter, but i do think the oversight rules have been, i think-- >> schieffer: it is an extremely complicated matter. but what about the argument that civil liberties groups
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